If you are an educator and have a passion for teaching through gaming, the Killer Queen Black Starter Kit will be a welcome enhancement to your program or help you start the program you’ve always wanted!
Discover how Killer Queen Black can be utilized to teach sprite animation and technical programming skills but includes lessons around cooperation, team building, and wellness.
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Join us as we present at Virtual Fall CUE 2020. This event brings together the brightest edtech minds in education to share best practices, innovation, and engaging sessions with actionable takeaways you may immediately put to practice in your classroom, school, or district!
Esports is about the students. This event is for the school leaders who want to connect with what the modern student is doing, boost student participation on your campus, and ignite a whole new culture for your school or institution. By attending you’ll gain crucial insights on how to make this a viable part of your school’s culture.
The International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) is a nonprofit organization that works with the global education community to accelerate the use of technology to solve tough problems and inspire innovation. Our worldwide network believes in the potential technology holds to transform teaching and learning.
ATLIS includes over 200 member schools and over 1,000 individual members seeking to share knowledge and resources with colleagues throughout the US. Serving both the instructional technology and information technology professionals, ATLIS offers programming, community, and resources.
The tenth annual SXSW EDU will return to Austin, March 9-12, 2020. The four-day event offers compelling sessions, in-depth workshops, engaging learning experiences, mentorship, film screenings, future-focused competitions, an expo, networking opportunities, and so much more. Through opportunities for collaboration, creativity, and engagement, SXSW EDU empowers its global community to connect, discover, and impact.
Summer Spark at University School of Milwaukee is an annual two-day symposium in June—for educators of all ages, subjects, and schools—to learn about and share best practices in innovative teaching. Enjoy two days of inspirational keynotes and featured speakers, excellent breakout sessions, established time for connecting and networking, and a ton of fun!
Educators committed to improving student outcomes hail the annual TCEA Convention & Exposition as a must-attend event for educators of all types. With over 1,000 engaging and enriching presentations and workshops, you will gain fresh ideas and discover the information and resources you need for continued success in engaging learners and improving instruction